Health Benefits of Folate

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Folate (folic acid) - Facts & Doses

Folate is essential for cell and DNA production and health. It plays a role in many bodily systems, especially cardiovascular health, mood, energy, and performance. It is also an essential nutrient for pregnancy and red blood cell production.

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Folate is water-soluble and best absorbed when taken before meals, with water.

Folate can be found in leafy green vegetables, broccoli, brussel sprouts, black eyed peas and beans. Folic acid is found in some fortified foods such as breakfast cereals and cooked spaghetti.

Folate levels can be measured in your blood by a health care practitioner to help confirm ideal dosing.

Folate can interact with some medications. We have accounted for some, as per the lifestyle questionnaire you completed, and adjusted your recommendation. However, it may be indicated to discuss supplementation with your health care provider to ensure it's right for you.

Folate is an essential nutrient during pregnancy.

Not intended for children. If you are pregnant, may become pregnant or are lactating, do not use these products without first consulting your health care provider.

Fortified foods contain inactive folic acid, which must be methylated to folate for the body to use.

The Autumn formulation includes preformed methylfolate so your body can skip the activation step. This is especially important for individuals with an MTHFR polymorphism.

Folate is also known as Vitamin B9.

High levels of supplemental folate may mask B12 deficiencies. It is important to evaluate these two nutrients together.